Steps of The Lefkoe Belief Process. 1. ASK (the client): Identify some pattern currently in your life that you have been trying unsuccessfully to change–either. Over 25 years ago I developed the first in a series of interventions (Lefkoe Belief Process ®) that eliminates the beliefs that are responsible for most of our. Join nearly , Who Have Changed A Negative Belief And Improved Their The Lefkoe Belief Process has already helped nearly , people in over.
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For many years we thought that this was all that was necessary to lefloe a belief. But a significant number of people are emotionally kinesthetic: So a couple of years ago we added a new step to the LBP specifically for such people.
The answer is always, yes. What really caused the feeling? We get the client to realize that the feeling was caused by the meaning she gave the eventsand had she oefkoe the events a different meaning, she would have had a different feeling.
At which point, the belief is gone for kinesthetic people. When we recognize that something we have held as a belief the truth is, in fact, only one of several alternative meanings bellief what actually occurred a truthwhen we realize that we never saw the belief in the world, and when we realize the events had no meaning until we gave them one, the belief literally disappears.
Remember, a belief is a statement about reality that we think is the truth. When it gets transformed into porcess a truth, it is no longer a belief and no longer runs our lives.
They look and usually report that they feel lighter, as if they had been relieved of a heavy burden. When they are asked to repeat the words of the belief, they say that belidf no longer believe it, that the words of the belief sound empty and meaningless to them.
There is a clear difference between the experience of saying the belief at this point compared to when it was first identified. At this point I ask the client to notice that his life has been consistent with his belief—even though it never really was procesz truth. The client comes to realize that if someone had helped him when he was forming the belief to see the additional interpretations he has just named, and he had gone into life with an interpretation lekfoe than the one he actually did form, his life would have been consistent with that belief.
In other words, lefioe client experiences that he creates his beliefs and his beliefs determine his life—which makes him the creator of his lefkooe. The client discovers that he ultimately is not the sum total of lekoe beliefs—along with the behavior and feelings that accompany those beliefs—he is the creator of those beliefs.
Here is how to facilitate that realization: In other words, who you really are is not your beliefs; you are that which generated the beliefs. After the client makes the distinction between himself as a creator and a creation, I ask what his experience is, right now, as the creator of his life. The answer virtually every client gives is some variation of: He appears to enter an non-ordinary state of consciousness in which he experiences that anything is possible and that he has no limitations.
As a result of doing the LBP we discover that the events and circumstances of our lives, as beloef, have virtually no effect later in life on our behavior, our attitudes, and our emotions. The meaning we assign to what happens, on the other hand, has a profound effect. Therefore, by changing our interpretation of what happened, we can radically change the effect of past events on our present and future life.
To sum up what occurs for us when we use the LBP to change our behavior and beliefs: We lefkos that the belief that is responsible for the current, undesirable behavioral or emotional pattern is nothing more than one arbitrary, but valid, meaning of what actually occurred earlier in life.
When it is clear that we never saw the belief in the world, the belief becomes transformed into just one of many arbitrary meanings, at which point it literally disappears as the lfekoe.
I want to stress that the essence of the LBP is not merely getting rid of beliefs and changing our behavior and feelings.
Equally as important is creating ourselves as the creator of our beliefs and—because our beliefs determine our behavior, emotions, and perceptions of reality—as the creator of our lives. The LBP ultimately is more spiritual than psychotherapeutic. By spiritual I mean a sense of ourselves as beyond or distinct from who we normally think we are, namely, our body, our beliefs, and the behavior and feelings that stem from our beliefs. The LBP appears to be a cognitive gateway to an non-ordinary state of consciousness in which we create and then experience ourselves as alright just the way we are, as whole and complete, as calm and serene, with unlimited possibilities and no restrictions outside of ourselves, and with nothing missing.
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To purchase DVD programs that we guarantee to eliminate eight of the most common daily problems people face, go to http: Follow me on Twitter at http: When you eliminate the relevant beliefs and conditioningsthe feelings do NOT persist, they stop.
I was pretty pleased to uncover this page. I want to to thank you for ones time just for this wonderful read!! I definitely appreciated every part of it and i also have you saved as a favorite to see new information in your site. What a data of un-ambiguity and preserveness of valuable know-how on the topic of unexpected feelings. Ok, I appreciate your effort, but is how you affirm -is not just a seeing issue is a feelling and so……. If you completed Natural Confidence that should be sufficient to get rid of social anxiety if all the beliefs and conditionings are gone.
The only way I could know for sure what else you need would be for me to talk to you. Please call me at Personally, as creation social anxiety has been my biggest block.
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Hello Linda, I have a belief that we are all doing the best we can with what we have. By that I mean with the beliefs that we created and the behavior patterns from our childhood. Not to mention the many ways we go about the world looking for validation.
Even people who do awful things are looking to be ok in the world. Acceptance is an important part of letting go of what has happened to us that has hurt us or someone else. Does that proces at all? I get how I create my beliefs lffkoe to the arbitrary meanings I give to events and that none are the absolute truth, only one truth among many.
If I choose to give an event a different meaning then my beliefs, feelings and behaviours will be different and I can beoief happier or calmer.
Apart from not reading them. If, for example, I have been raped or sexually abused, then I may well end up with some pretty uncomfortable beliefs about the perpetrator leaving me feeling bad, so how can I realise he was wrong but stay feeling OK?
You can create any meaning you want.
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Just like in a game. And games usually are a lot of fun for most people who play them. We might well be able to create beliefs consciously so that they have the power of beliefs we created unconsciously earlier in our lives. And, I personally would rather live as the creator of my life that as a different creation. In organizations I do help employees create new, more appropriate beliefs. Morty, I think your method is great, thank you.
Beliefs Literally Disappear When we recognize that something we have held as a belief the truth is, in fact, only one of several alternative meanings of what actually occurred a truthwhen we realize that we never saw the belief in the world, and when we realize the events had no meaning until we gave them one, the belief literally disappears. Distinguish Between the Creator and the Creation At this point I ask the client to notice that his life has been consistent with his belief—even though it never really was the truth.
A Brief Summary of the LBP As a result of doing the LBP we discover that the events and circumstances of our lives, as such, have virtually no effect later in life on our behavior, our attitudes, and our emotions.
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What is Unconditional Love Really? How can you end negative feelings without the danger of suppressing them? Permalink Gallery How can you end negative feelings without the danger of suppressing them? Joao, When you eliminate the relevant beliefs and conditioningsthe feelings do NOT persist, they stop. Morty Lefkoe February 15, at 4: Hi Morty, Great Summary, deserves more appreciation. Janet February 11, at 4: Linda February 11, at 1: You get a video that guides you into eliminating a belief when you join our newsletter.
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